Tunatic Free



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Video tutorial and screenshots

  • Song identified
  • Identifying song
  • Main window

Editorial review

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José Fernández Senior editor

Tunatic is a song identification system for Windows computers. The premise behind this application is pretty simple: let Tunatic hear what music is playing and it will tell you what the song is. It happened to me many a time that I just couldn't figure out the name of a song and I needed to ask around.
Well, with Tunatic, I just play that song from iTunes or whatever player I have at hand and Tunatic does a good job of identifying the song for me.

The application is quite simple. When you install it and execute it, only a little window will appear. It will say that Tunatic is ready to listen to your song. Then, you play it. Tunatic will grab a sample of a couple of seconds and then send a query to its servers. There, the song will be analyzed and, hopefully, the name of the song will be sent to you. With highly commercial songs, Tunatic was 100% accurate. Now, if the song is from a Soundtrack or something acoustic, you might be out of luck. Tunatic is compatible with both Windows and Mac, which adds just a little more value to the great application. If you have an iPhone, Shazam does the same thing. The only thing that you need for Tunatic to work is a song, speakers to play it on, and a microphone.


  • It is very accurate.
  • It is also fast.


  • Some songs are not recognized.
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Publisher's description

Ever thought ‘what is this song?’ Let Tunatic hear it and you will get the artist's name and the song's title within seconds. Tunatic is the very first song search engine based on sound for your computer. All you need is a microphone and Internet access.

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    Guest 4 months ago

    It used to work well for me back in the Windows 7 days but with Windows 8.1 and 10 it just refuses to connect to the server. Changing settings seems to have no effect. I think the company (wild bits) is likely out of business.

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    Elvin Wilkerson Last year

    On Windows 7, even in XP compatibility, I can configure the audio capture neither of Microphone nor of Primary Sound Capture.

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    Hoezo Wie Last year

    This software does not work on either windows 7 and 8.1, on 32 and 64 bit OS Systems, it reconizes the sound audio card, and the MS Windows Virtual Audio driver but, I opened all firewall ports / traffic for this specific application, but it keep saying: "server unavailable".
    So, the app might work, when a server is available, I would say: Keep the Server up running!